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India IoT Startup Directory Oct 2019

[ Editors Note:
IoTForum has been publishing a Directory of Indian Startups since 2015. This landscape view as of Jan 2017 is a good introduction. This post updates from Oct 2018 Note
The compilation of these 1480+ IoT start-ups ( As of 17 September 2019) came from and update to older Directory launched earlier. We use multiple sources. It came from large corporates, accelerators, incubators , bodies like TiE and IESA, VCs and angel investors, start-up investor connect platforms and from media. We thank all our partners for helping us compile the useful information and compile the list of IoT start-ups. The list is available at www.IotforIndia.org.
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About the India IoT Start-up Directory

The compilation of these 1487+ IoT start-ups ( As of 17 September 2019) came from and update to older Directory launched earlier. We use multiple sources. It came from large corporates, accelerators, incubators , industry bodies like TiE and IESA, VCs and angel investors, start-up investor connect platforms and from media. We thank all our partners for helping us compile the useful information and compile the list of IoT start-ups. The list is available at www..org.

We have a for online listing from this directory in our Telegram groups. Please join the group and use the /list support from the IoTBoT.

Summary

Location wise.

Cities < 10 sentries are merged into “other”. Overall we have 51 distinct cities
Companies with foreign only locations are located by country.
 

Speciality

We have classified Start-up by offerings like work on FPGA or System-on-Chip (SoC) (Fabless), Drones , Robots or Advertising like Digital Signage. We also have a indicator for how many are working on Waste, Water, Energy (Solar, HVAC etc) or offering education and training . Here is a snapshot

Sector Wise

We have classified by Industry or vertical or sector to which they provide services . In many cases multiple verticals are served. The 2017 classification is

The Sector wise distribution is :

Passive Start-ups

More then 400 Start-ups are 4-year-old and we expect mortality. However, we have not been able to establish this easy to document for following reasons. Help from the community would be appreciated
1 Some start-ups remain passive from launch and then get funded. Example Ten3T funded by Pi Ventures
2 Some strat-ups change the web page migrating from a .com to a .in or a .io TLD
3 Some websites are passive or loose domain provider because of delay in renewal. Typcially this becomes active after some time.
4 Some start-ups migrate to a new brand or website. Sree Sai Aerotech as Muave.in and migrating to Zuppa.

WordCloud

Enclosed is a frequency wise graphic of terms used in the directory to describe the Start-ups. You can enlarge the graphic to see less frequent terms

 

 

[Published by Arvind Tiwary Chair IoTForum ]

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